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-old crystal campbell, 23-year-old woman and 26-year-old mit police officer sean collier. adam housley joins us from boston. has there been any updates on the survivors, how they're doing and perhaps is there any reaction to the capture of these finds by those who suffered? >> we haven't heard much. the hospital keeps a lot of that information to themsel allow tho individually put out their own statements. we do know there are a number of survivors here that are doing better. and recovering as the days go on. taking into account, this is the same hospital where the suspect's brother was pronounced dead. and where doctors did everything they could to stabilize this suspect. and as they were working to stabilize him, people that he allegedly bombed and maimed on monday were also being treated. so quite an interesting scene here that continues. the security is significant. we've just been told also that the f.b.i. will put out a statement as part of that statement, it's not going to be incredibly detailed, but as part of the statement, they'll say suspect number 2 is in serious but stable conditio
-old woman and 26-year-old mit police officer sean collier. adam housley joins us from boston. has there been any updates on the survivors, how they're doing and perhaps is there any reaction to the capture of these finds by those who suffered? >> we haven't heard much. the hospital keeps a lot of that information to themselves. they allow the families to individually put out their own statements. we do know there are a number of survivors here that are doing better. and recovering as the days go on. taking into account, this is the same hospital where the suspect's brother was pronounced dead. and where doctors did everything they could to stabilize this suspect. and as they were working to stabilize him, people that he allegedly bombed and maimed on monday were also being treated. so quite an interesting scene here that continues. the security is significant. we've just been told also that the f.b.i. will put out a statement as part of that statement, it's not going to be incredibly detailed, but as part of the statement, they'll say suspect number 2 is in serious but stable condition, whi
for officer sean collier and the three people killed in the attack at the marathon. >> thank you, elaine. so how should investigators treat dzhokhar tsarnaev now that he can answer questions. a an intense debate is going on in washington. some say he should not have the same rights as a common criminal. nancy cordes has more from capitol hill. >> good morning to you, anthony. they waved tsarnaev's miranda rights. they said he could still pose a threat either because there are more bombs planted out there or he's connected to a larger terrorist cell. either way it has some lawmakers concerned. as investigators continue to interrogate their suspect some lawmakers argue he should be treated as an enemy combatant and denied an attorney for the time being. >> we should be allowed her intelligence-gathering purposes. >> investigators say they're still uncertain whether zocor and his brother tamerlan who died in a shoot-out on friday with police have any ties to fore te union issued a statement saying we must not waver from our tried and true justice system even in the most
a look at this it shows the m.i.t. police officer, sean collier, who was killed thursday night in the shootout with the two suspects. on the left is the mbta officer, richard donahue, who was seriously injured. the two men, it turns out, graduated from the police academy together. >>> just ahead, an exclusive interview with the suspect's father. he tells cnn why he doesn't believe his two sons are the boston bombers. a confident re. those dreams have taken a beating lately. but no way we're going to let them die. ♪ ameriprise advisors can help keep your dreams alive like they helped millions of others. by listening. planning. working one on one. that's what ameriprise financial does. and that's what they can do with you. that's how ameriprise puts more within reach. ♪ >>> cnn's nick peyton walsh is in dagestan, in russia, where the suspect's father lives, and he spoke exclusively with him. let's go to nick for the very latest. >> reporter: drove past his apartment here twice today, seemingly trying to avoid those waiting for him outside. the third time he stopped, a woman g
a confrontation with a 26-year-old police officer on the campus of m.i.t. 26-year-old sean collier who only just joined the security forces there a year ago. and he was found shot several times. transported to the hospital and found dead. from there the pair allegedly had car jacked an suv. they stopped at a number of atms trying to remove cash. they were successful at one of them. they released the hostage a half hour later and told him they had killed the police officer at m.i.t. and that they indeed were the boston marathon bombers. what ensued was a case to lead the police to wear watertown. another officer was injured in critical condition and undergoing surgery this morning. at one point police had them cornered and there was a shootout on the street. the 26-year-old brother was shot critically in that shootout. the other brother we now know managed to escape. they believe he may have transferred a car. they have recovered that car in boston. but they didn't find anyone in the car. police were also interested in someone they believe may have gotten on a train at south station in boston. be
. and martin richard, lu lingzi, krystle campbell, sean collier, sean, the police officer killed wednesday night. >>> and at the association b dinner, the president unveilaled his second term agenda. >> a quick preview of the secret agenda you can expect in a second obama administration. in first term i sang al green. in my second term, i'm going with yung jeezy. >> weez s'll see what he does. conan o'brien, the listed funny man. president obama will get a few laughs as well and i will be live from d.c. next weekend, next saturday night, for the play-by-play of the white house correspondents dinner. >>> major flooding in the midwest. dozens of rivers overnid. the mississippi risen ten feet in 36 hours. live to illinois. >>> and old the older tsarnaev brother spent his time. you're watching msnbc, the pla is for politics. >>> family to me is the most important thing. >> when me and my family get together, it's absolute chaos. clusters of pustules, pimples. the soreness was excruciating. it was impossible to even think about dancing. when you're dancing, your partner is holding you. so, his
.i.t. police officer that was killed in a confrontation with these terror suspects was sean collier, age 26, out of summerville, massachusetts. per the district attorney in middlesex county. it is possible that sean come letter, age 26, will indeed be the hero of this story and sitting in his car and gunned down in his car we don't know what he saw. it is possible he made a phone call back to headquarters that alerted all the police and all the authorities and fbi down the line to the whereabouts of these two men around ten: 20 eastern time. it is possible his tip set off wild chase that led almost 12 hours later now. martha: indeed it is. on the screen you see different scenes of this search, watertown, cambridge and the latest in maryland. on the left-hand side of your screen you can see this picture, the latest picture we have of dzhokhar tsnaraev, age 19, from cambridge, massachusetts at least most recently. we want to play for you some new scanner audio that came in from early this morning as the police were continuing in this search. listen to this. >> a white male trying to catch rid
occurred over the last several days. e victims of the bombings, crystle, sean collier, and the officert is fighting for his life, our prerwith tir families. this has been an very active and ongoing investigation. r some of you tonight is a osure for me, the journey continues. this continues to be an ongoing and active investigation as we sought all the details and continue to evaluate a tremendous amount of evidence and file our formal charges. i've never been prouder to stand with a group of law enforcement here from the colonel to the commissioner to my federal colleague at the f.b.i., all the federal agents, the state and local departments who have worked so hard since the attacks on monday. so committed and putting their lives on the line as we fought the last 24 hours to try to get a suspect into custody. so my journey and my officers journey begins and this investigation will continue. so we'll not be able to provide the details that you may want at this time but as the days continue you will get answers to those questions. >> thank you. i just want to say briefly, thank you, than
to cambridge for a memorial service for m.i.t. police officer sean collier. on monday i spoke exclusively to collier's siblings, i began by asking them how their family was coping with the terrible loss. >> i think we're coping as best as we possibly can. were a very large and close family, rallied together at our parents' house, spending time together and tryin to remember the best parts about sean. >> nicole, thisust have been terrifying. you find out of course that something has happen at the m.i.t. campus and then you find out that it is your brother, sean. >> it was a nightmare come true. >> how are your parents doing this morning? >> as well as c be expected. think everybody's just going through the motions right now d pulling togetheror sean because that's what he would want us to do. >> and let's talk about sean, cause we've got on it learn in the last few days what a wonderful person tha he was. andrew, what would you want people to know about him? >> sean was such a goo person. i remember whe he was a kid, there would be a bug inhe hous an ant in t house, and he would go to get
have used to get away. we're also not far from the m.i.t. campus where sean collier was shot as suspects were leaving this area trying to escape. then you got a little bit further and get to watertown, which is where of course the huge police operation is and one suspect was killed and the other is perhaps holed up right now as that man hunt continues. but again, this is the area where the two suspects, the two, the older brother who was killed and the younger one grew up. e people here say they're amazed by what's happened. amazed these two young men are part of the situation. that's the situation here now in cambridge. >> that's a sentiment we are hearing a lot from people who knew the younger brother, the subject of this intensive man hunt in the boston area. pete, bring us up to date. >> i think the best way to describe this after we've been talking to officials around the government here is that there is a concern for the area based on several factors. one is things they don't know. where is the other marathon bombing suspect that's been identified? could there have been
officer found dead in his car. we now know that that officer was 26 -year-old sean collier. had been a member of the mit police force since january of last year. at about that same time, police get reports of an armed carjacking by two men. 30 minutes later, 11 p.m. eastern, the carjacking victim was let go unharmed. less than an hour later, police corner the suspects. then at 12:51 a.m., reports of gunshots. take a look at what it looked like as the swat teams moved in. now listen as the shootout is caught on amateur video. >> there is explosions and gunfire going on down the street. >> megyn: less than 10 minutes later just before 1 a.m., police report explosives have been detonated. by 1:25 a.m. there are reports that a suspect is in custody. we now know that suspect was the older brother. he died of numerous gunshot wounds. that's what they're saying now shortly after the report came in. at approximately 4 a.m., watertown residents are told to stay inside of their homes. by 6:35 a.m., the suspect who got away from cops is identified as dzhokhar tsarnaev. roughly two hours later t
the killing of the m.i.t. police officer, sean collier. and an interesting twist in that is that collier and donahue apparently knew each other well. they were good friends according to one colleague. they had participated in the police academy at the same time and graduated about three years ago together. so they knew each other in this small world that this whole crazy situation was unfolding in. just one very odd coincidence and thing that they had in common. >> yeah. very tragic. okay ron allen, that you have so much outside beth israel medical center. i'm joined by nbc news national investigative correspondent michael isikoff. michael, with a welcome to you, let's get to who gets to question tsarnaev and does that happen while he's still in the hospital? what do you know on that? >> reporter: well, first of all, we understand that charges -- criminal charges may be filed against him as early as today. possibly this afternoon. we're waiting to hear on that. which does make this a bit tricky because normally in a criminal process you are entitled to be read your rights, you're entitle
, a lot of concern for the families. i was in wilmington earlier today where sean collier's family had lived. he was the m.i.t. officer who passed away. people there are incredibly supportive of that family, the law enforcement people there trying to make sure the family was able to get to the hospital when the incident happened. so, there's just a mixture of feelings and attitudes here, mostly trying to be supportive to the families of the people that passed away and the people that were injured. also, relief this part of this stage, this chanter is over, but a washington 'cause and concern over what else is involved. >> the suspect again, not given miranda rights, we have already heard from the aclu, there are a number of lawmakers who, meanwhile, five at last check, were calling for him to be treated as an enemy combatant. do we think, your personal opinion, do we think that he should have been read his miranda rights? >> i think that he has got that brief window of time. i heard the segment you did with mike ignacious on that and that period of time where if public safety issues ar
enforcement officers turned out for last night's vigil in sean collier's hometown in massachusetts. he was shot thursday night as the bombing suspects tried to avoid capture. he was just 26 years old. >>> new photo surfaced of two of the victims. this picture was taken in 2010. officer collier is on the right. he was posing with transit police officer, richard donahue. donahue suffered injuries after getting shot on friday. ♪ at the twilights last gleaming ♪ >> emotions were on high as the boston red sox took the field for their first home game since the bombing. first responders took part in a special pregame ceremony to remember the victims and heros of the weeks event. the team wore their white home jerseys with the world, boston, on the front instead of the red sox. the shirts will be auctioned off to help raise money to support victims of the bombings. >> for more information on the boston marathon bombings, you can go to our website where we have a special section with more details and information. go to for our continuing coverage online. >>> many unanswered quest
bombing and the aftermath for the families of 8-year-old martin richard, 23-year-old linz i lieu and sean collier and krystle campbell. the dozens of injured spectators. the long and agonizing process of healing has just begun. the city and country are beginning to recover. the cheering crowds at yesterday's red sox games were a visceral symbol that boston was back. in fact, boston didn't stay down long after the initial bombings. before the events of the week's end, many in boston, across the country had returned to business as usual with a defiant resilience in the face of violence whose source at that point was still unknown. but then on thursday, the terror returned. the late-night shootout and unprecedented lockdown of an area. the mill tarization of streets. it ripped the scab off the fresh wound. if we weren't terrified before, suddenly we were. the spontaneous cheers of residents upon the capture of the suspect showed the almost giddy relief that it was all over so soon. but even as we cheer in relief, it's worth remembering that we are a nation that has responded to collective te
. they raced with heavy heart because employee andrew collier lost his brother. his brother was m.i.t. sean collier. he was sitting in his car, doing what he did, what he loved. his brother is an engine builder for hendrick motorsports. >> hard to go from that back to the markets but we're going to try. covering gold is founder and president of green day. let's talk gold. let's start with gold. >> sure. >> what the heck is happening? >>. >> it's been a heck of a roller coaster, number one. number two, what's happening is there was an equilibrium change. we hit the 1500 level and the market just broke. after that, you have the goldman announcement about the fact that they thought gold was going to come off. you had the cyprus rumor. and it just became a snowball. once the market kicked in it just went. >> if you liked gold a month ago you should love gold now. what happened here? >> unck that's what you're seeing with the balance today. there's actually a report that the etf volume, there was a huge drawback in money taken it of gold. the open interest actually went off. so a lot of true buy
. there's a nascar connection to the events in boston. slain m.i.t. officer sean collier's brother works at hendrick motorsports, one of the top teams. >>> new developments in live coverage of the boston marathon bombings. the surviving suspect in a hospital bed, may be charged as early as today as investigators try to learn more about how it all unfolded. >> the fbi accused of dropping the ball. why did agents question one of the suspects two years ago and then just let him go? the russian connection, how this gunfight four months ago could be linked to the boston bombing case. good morning. i'm john berman live in boston. it's monday, april 22nd it is 6:00 a.m. in the east, in the city of boston, the city is in full recovery mode. here are the latest developments. 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev could be valley charged as early as today. we still don't know what, if anything, he might be communicating to law enforce officials. there are new questions about whether the fbi may have fumbled the case after being warned by the russian officials two years ago. and farewell to krystle campbell
the life of sean collier, the mit police officer was gunned down thursday night by the fleeing bomb suspects, had the suspects in the boston bombings killed by slipping poison into a bottle or lacing spinach with a deadly chemical, it would have only taken minutes to identify where the food was manufactured and how it moved through the food chain. it would have narrowed the search but not anything to do with guns or gunpowders or explosives. that would be crazy to regulate that. >> you have a right to bear bombs. >> stephanie: that would be regulating like how much fertilizer you're allowed to have. looky here. fertilizer plant had 1,350 times the amount of explosives it should have it. >> no wondter went kaboom. >> it hadn't been checked into since 1985. >> great zoning there, too right next to a nursing home. >> and an elementary school. >> stephanie: it was supposed to have less than 400 pounds of nitrate. it is the threshold where the plant would have to inform the department of homeland security about the. a es employeesives. they didn't know it existed. they didn't have sprink
-old martin richard. m.i.t. police officer sean collier. 29-year-old krystle campbell. and graduate student lingzi lu. so much promise, young. >> all very young. very young. very sad. very tragic. and as everyone leaves this crowd here and goes back to their lives and goes back to work and their children, no one will forget what happened here in boston one week ago today, and no one will also forget the resilience and the strength and the ability to heal as this city begins to move forward. kevin colin is a boston globe columnist, he's been penning some incredibly poignant pieces in the globe over the course of the last week or two. and, kevin, let me begin with -- tell me where you are to mark this moment, and what does this moment mean for you as a bostonian? >> well, ironically, i'm standing in new york, and i'm down at columbia university at the dart center for journalism and trauma. down here for two reasons, to talk about what happened in the past week and also to see kind of resources for some of my colleagues, because we had people who were traumatized, obviously not as seriously as
to commemorate the week's final fatality. 26-year-old m.i.t. police officer sean collier who was shot and killed thursday night in the line of duty. >>> boston has never in memory had a week as trying as tragic and as nerve racks, as confusing and as sad and as terrifying as this past one. which is what made this scene at fenway park yesterday so awesome. >> it doesn't say red sox on our jerseys. it says boston. we want to thank you, mayor menino, governor patrick, the whole police department, for the great job that they did this past week. [ bleep ] city. and nobody is going to dictate our freedom. >> that, if you don't know, is david ortiz. he is better known as big papi and expressing his determination in the determination of more than 600,000 other bostonians to reclaim their city and reclaim their lives. his blunt resilience is the essence of boston's spirits. why i love the city and it is why in more normal times fans around the country relish when their team beats a boston team. in scenes like the one in fenway are playing out all over boston this weekend. celebrating their own survival a
hearts extend to the family of 26-year-old sean collier, a young m.i.t. officer, who was simple splitting in his car and was so callously killed by these bombing murderers. our thoughts this week are with richard donohue, the transit police officer wounded during the manhunt by these two terrorists. and we once again extend hope for the recovery of hose injured in last -- of those injured in last week's senseless bombing and our condolences to those who loved loved ones. the united states government and americans across the nation emergency our continued support for people of massachusetts as they recuperate from a truly trying week. on another subject, mr. president, americans arriving at the airport -- that's almost any airport in americ -- take on summer vacations already face long lines at security checkpoints. soon they'll be facing long waits at the terminal as well. last week the f.a.a. -- that the federal aviation administration -- announced it's starting this week thousands of flights every day that will be delayed for up to three hours because of the devastating, ash administer
prayers to the collier family who grieved the loss of their son and brother sean. he was born to be a police officer, said his chief at m.i.t. he was just 26 years old. krystle was always smiling. those who knew her said, with her red hair and her freckles and her ever eager willingness to speak her mind, she was beautiful. sometimes, she can be a little noisy and everybody loved her for it. our prayers are with the lu family of china who sent their daughter lingzi to b.u. so that she could experience all that this city has to offer. and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin, with his big smile and bright eyes, and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy, forever smiling for his beloved bruins and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board -- "no more hurting people. peace." ce. ♪ >>> at this time next year, on the third monday in april, the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon! bet on it. >> president obama, thursday, thoughts echoed by mayor menino tod
right nthe car sin collier was 26 years old, --sean he was killed last night during an altercation with the two brothers. as the second suspect that is on the list, we are hearing more from his friends that are shocked that he could commit this crime. >> from the flows of the fbi had released, the way he wore his hat is a telltale sign of dzhokhar tsarnaev. once i saw the photos, i kinda had an idea it was him but i didn't want to throw someone that i knew personally under the bus and a summit was him. it was more of a joke that we're saying that was him. clearly, it was not a joke. i should take it a little more seriously on my part. it is not something you can't ever predict, it was kind of shock. >> police continue to mannheim and a belief he is armed with assault style weapons and bombs. the boston area is under lockdown at this hour. 7:47 a.m. and we are going to change gears and check out our weather and traffic. >> we are my train a warm-up for a lot of locations. we will reach the '80s later on today. a little cooler on the coastline and for those of you in and north bay. a
to fallen m.i.t. police officer sean collier. officials say for no obvious reason the tsarnaev brothers shot and killed collier while he was sitting in his cruiser thursday night. it was a wild shootout between the suspect and police left transit officer richard donohue seriously injured. coincidentally collier and donohue graduated from the police academy together. cnn's poppy harlow is in wilmington for us now. such a sad story. you spoke to some of the people who were close to officer collier, some of his close friends. >> reporter: i did. it was an amazing scene that unfolded behind us this evening. it was the vigil for that gunned-down police officer, sean collier. we were there when that motorcade left boston medical center and brought his body out here to -- i would say, i don't know, over 500 people at least from this community, fellow police officers, et cetera, coming to honor this 26-year-old hero that we're told by so many people, all he wanted to do was be a police officer. and he did realize that dream. tonight we heard from his brother, andrew, also his stepfather, his boss, t
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